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Food justice is a pipe dream without tackling industry

21 May 2019

The lack of access to healthy food is both a cause and a symptom of the structural inequalities that exist in South Africa and slow progress in introducing stricter regulations for the food industry, Healthy Living Alliance’s Lawrence Mbalati writes.

Krispy Kreme is coming to Cape Town

20 May 2019

Krispy Kreme is coming to Cape Town. The saying goes, when one door closes another one opens and Cape Town doughnut lovers have some sugary goodness on the horizon.

The selfish case for saving bees: it’s how to save ourselves

20 May 2019

These crucial pollinators keep our world alive. Yes, they are under threat – but all is not lost. When I see a bee buzzing around my garden or in the park in early spring, I get a real thrill from being able to identify her.

New table grape varieties lifting sales and boosting category in South African market, says Freshmark

20 May 2019

Tania Van Der Merwe, National Procurement Buyer of Stone fruit, Grapes and Exotic Fruit at Freshmark – the fresh produce procurement arm of leading African food retailer Shoprite – said that the introduction of numerous proprietary varieties is having a positive impact on sales a

Why the Guardian is changing the language it uses about the environment

17 May 2019

From now, house style guide recommends terms such as ‘climate crisis’ and ‘global heating’

Strategizing Food Safety

16 May 2019

Food safety at convenience stores starts with clean hands and proper hold times, but employee training and best-practice habits are crucial to success

Multiple Routes Towards Sustainability

15 May 2019

According to the Forbes Global 2000, PepsiCo was the world’s third largest brand owner in the food and beverage market in 2018, underlining the fact that there can be very few companies capable of exerting a comparable gravitational pull around sustainability...

Researchers recommend heating raw milk to kill pathogens

15 May 2019

Researchers looking at Shiga toxin-producing E. coli and Campylobacter jejuni in unpasteurized, raw milk in Finland have advised heat treatment before consumption.The study suggested milk filters are...

Food Safety Myths: The Truth and the Rumors

15 May 2019

Food safety is a complicated issue. But there are some facts, and some myths about this topic. Unfortunately, many of the myths, if believed, can cause some serious problems and may mean hospitalization for some people. has compiled a list of food safety myths and

Biofuels Sustainability Auditing Services Market Analysis and Precise Outlook 2019 to 2025

14 May 2019

The Global Biofuels Sustainability Auditing Services Market Research Report Forecast 2019-2025: Is a valuable source of insightful data for business strategists. It provides the industry overview with growth analysis and historical & futuristic cost, revenue, demand and supply da

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